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Israeli Leader Excoriates New President of Iran
New York Times
UNITED NATIONS — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel sought to shred the credibility of Iran's new president on Tuesday, using his annual speech at the United Nations to cast the Iranian as a man who could not be trusted and to press the ...
Netanyahu issues stern warning on Iran 'ruse'
Netanyahu: Iranian president is 'wolf in sheep's clothing'
Netanyahu decries Iran's Rouhani as 'wolf in sheep's clothing'
Kerry sees potential for swift Iran deal
... US and Iran [File:AFP]. A deal on Iran's nuclear programme could be reached within the three- to six-month time frame and would have the potential to dramatically improve the relationship between the two countries, US Secretary of State John Kerry ...
Can Israel convince West to stay sceptical over Iran?
When the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, addressed the UN General Assembly last year he took with him a prop - a cartoon graphic of the Israeli view of Iran's progress towards making a nuclear weapon. The information was contained on a ...
Iran FM accuses Israel's Netanyahu of lying
The Iranian foreign minister has accused the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of lying about Iran's nuclear ambitions by dismissing Tehran's statements as "charm offensive". "We have seen nothing from Netanyahu but lies and actions to deceive ...
Phony fatwa? Group claims Iranian anti-nuke edict cited by Obama a hoax
President Obama could be hanging his hopes for productive nuclear negotiations with Iran on a hoax, according to one Middle East-focused think tank. On Friday, Obama cited a “fatwa,” or religious edict, from Iran's all-powerful Supreme Leader Ali ...
Netanyahu at the UN: Throwing a wet blanket on Iran's charm offensive
UNITED NATIONS Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (at the White House on Monday and at the U.N. on Tuesday) has one message to the U.S. and to the international community, diplomats say: go ahead and test the offer of Iran's new President ...
Israel's Netanyahu warns Obama not to be fooled by Iran's overtures
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday warned President Obama not to be fooled by overtures from Iran that have led the administration to pursue talks aimed at resolving the standoff over the country's nuclear ambitions. Speaking to ...
The Atlantic Wire
Iranian leaders tweet to the world, but back home Twitter is off-limits
#HassanRouhani Good evening, President. Are citizens of Iran able to read your tweets? It's a simple question that Twitter creator Jack Dorsey put out from his personal account today, drawing a response from Rouhani's account. Dorsey was referring to ...
Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey and Iran's President Connect on Twitter, of Course
Twitter's Jack Dorsey tweets it up with Iran's President Rouhani
Twitter founder Dorsey and Iran President Rouhani exchange tweets
Netanyahu to Obama: Tighten sanctions if Iran defies West
Seeking to reassure Israel about the emerging U.S. diplomatic engagement with Iran, Obama said Tehran must prove its sincerity with actions, insisted that Washington would not ease sanctions prematurely and reaffirmed U.S. readiness to resort to ...
Amid Nuclear Issue, Israel Said to Arrest Iranian Spy
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Israel announced Sunday that it had recently arrested an Iranian spy who had photographed the United States Embassy building in Tel Aviv, among other things, in what appeared to be a serendipitous catch as Israel scrambled to ward off ...